Which stadiums will host Euro 2020?
Wembley among contenders to host games
Uefa have announced that the Euro 2020 tournament will be held in a number of cities across the continent rather than in a single or joint-bid nations as before.
The race now begins to host the games, with the climax, including the semi-finals and final, expected to be staged in one venue.
One idea mooted is that the matches be hosted by the 12 top-ranked European nations, assuming they qualify.
Based on today's rankings, the possible host cities and stadiums would be as follows...
1. Spain - Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid
2. Germany - Olympic Stadium, Berlin
3. Portugal - Estadio da Luz, Lisbon
4. Italy - Stadio Olimpico, Rome
5. England - Wembley Stadium, London
6. Netherlands - Amsterdam ArenA
7. Russia - Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
8. Croatia - Maksimir Stadium, Zagreb
9. Greece - Karaiskakis Stadium, Athens
10. Switzerland - St Jakob-Park, Basel
11. France - Stade de France, Paris
12. Belgium - Konig Baudouin, Brussels
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